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Why We Vote:
How Schools and Communities Shape Our Civic Life
David E. Campbell

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Figures ix
List of Tables xi
Acknowledgments xiii

Chapter One: Introduction: Voting Alone 1

Part One: What You Do Now Depends on Where You Are Now 11

Chapter Two: Putting Madison and Tocqueville to the Test: The Dual Motivations Theory of Public Engagement 13
Chapter Three: Further Implications of the Dual Motivations Theory 50
Chapter Four: Social Networks 76

Part Two: What You Did Then Depends on Where You Were Then 93

Chapter Five: Social Environments and Adolescents' Public Engagement 95

Part Three: What You Do Now Depends on What You Did Then 129

Chapter Six: The Links between Adolescents' and Adults' Public Engagement 131

Part Four: What You Do Now Depends on Where You Were Then 145

Chapter Seven: Adolescents' Social Environments and Adults' Public Engagement: The Civic Motivation Model 147
Chapter Eight: Conclusion: Implications for Theory and Policy 180

Appendix A: Data Sources 201
Appendix B: Questions from the 1996 National Election Study Used in Table 2.1 and Figure 2.4 204
Appendix C: Full Results of Models Discussed in the Text 208

Notes 223
Bibliography 243
Index 261

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